Olivia Parker
Aug 20, 2018

Can these ambitious marketing students prove their degree was worth it?

While industry-specific degrees give some people more confidence, others conclude that early hands-on experience is a lot more valuable.

Clockwise from top left: Avril Choo, Kirana Srianjani, Regine Teo Yi Xuan, Devika Kulkarni, Ang Zheng Shun, Sravya Malineni

As we’ve learned over the course of our special series this month, opinions are divided about the value of taking a marketing degree at university. We know that many top marketers have never studied the theory of their profession in an academic environment and that many professors teaching marketing at the universities have never worked on the ground in the industry. We’ve also found that there’s much variation between the different marketing degrees on offer around Asia....

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